Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. We help our customers create, deliver and optimize content and applications. All together now. The new release of Adobe Creative Cloud gives you all the best creative apps and services, so you can stay. Introduction to Adobe InDesign. InDesign is software for creating and editing page designing and layout arrangement tool used for arranging the contents in making posters, brochures, magazines, newspapers, books, presentations, and eBooks.
InDesign’s November release brings key updates that many users have been asking for.
InDesign will now support SVG file formats. You can now be able to use infinitely customizable fonts, or Variable Fonts within InDesign. And if you’ve been looking for a more efficient way to place lines, or “rules,” between columns of text will now have an automated, painless way to do so.
This release also includes improvements to InDesign’s core performance. Launch times for InDesign could be up to 25% faster at launch.* We’ve also fixed or enhanced more than 50+ requests from our community.
Now you can place SVG graphics in InDesign. This file format is a popular format used across digital and print design workflows.
You can now use variable fonts in this release. Variable fonts are an OpenType font format that offers unparalleled typeface personalization. Designers can adjust typeface properties such as weight, width, slant, and optical size, just to name a few.
For multi-column designs that have a line, or “rule,” separating them, you’ll no longer need to manually draw the line—now the process is automated.
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For any placed image used in your document, you can now easily find alternative images from Adobe Stock to complete your layout design.
Southeast Asian language support
This release expands the support of Southeast Asian languages. Thai, Burmese, Sinhalese, Khmer, and Lao type can now be used in InDesign.
*Performance will vary depending on computer hardware.
You can download InDesign from the Creative Cloud apps catalog. You'll need to sign in with your Adobe ID and password to complete the download. For more information, including how to install older versions or check for updates, see Download your creative cloud apps.
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Yes. If you save the files in INX or IDML format, people using earlier versions of InDesign can open your files.
Yes. You can now share your designs with stakeholders for review, get feedback, and manage feedback comments within InDesign. For more information on how to share for review, see Share and collaborate InDesign documents.
Add a page number marker to a master page. See Add basic page numbering for step-by-step instructions, along with a video and visual gallery of page numbering examples.
Powered by Adobe Sensei, InDesign can wrap text around subjects in an image intelligently by following simple steps. Wrap text around contours of a subject directly without having to use Alpha Channels or Photoshop paths. For more information, see Subject-aware text wrap.
Yes. It's easy to define different page sizes for different pages within a single document. To quickly change the size, choose the page in the Pages panel, and then choose a page size from the Edit Page Size button.
Use the Place command to insert graphics into an InDesign document. Learn how to use the Place command and other methods for adding graphics.
A master page is like a background you can easily apply to multiple pages. Any change you make to a master appears on all pages with that master applied.
A range of issues at the document or system level could prevent you from printing or exporting a document as PDF. Walk through the tasks in this print and export troubleshooting guide to resolve the problem.
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These lines are caused by export issues, such as process and spot colors interacting during flattening. See this export to PDF troubleshooting article for solutions.
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This issue is typically caused by placing large images and then scaling them down significantly. Try downsampling the images before or after export instead.
Follow the solutions in this troubleshooting article if InDesign hangs when you try to export and you get a message saying that one or more background tasks are running when you try to quit InDesign.
If your document uses fonts with special characters in the font name, InDesign could crash during launch or when you use the Type tool. Work through the solutions in InDesign crashes during launch to resolve the issue.
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If your InDesign preferences become corrupted, you can see some strange behavior. Luckily, it's easy to replace your InDesign preferences. Hold down Ctrl + Alt + Shift (Windows) or Cmd + Ctrl + Opt + Shift (Mac OS) while restarting InDesign.
InDesign detects the damaged documents automatically and try to repair them at Adobe servers. For more information, see Document recovery as a service. This troubleshooting guide can help you isolate and resolve document damage and system-level problems that appear to be document damage.
Yes. Luckily, with InDesign automatic document recovery, you can probably recover most of your work—even if you haven't saved the document recently.
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